Wednesday 13th May Home Learning Activities
Good Morning Year 2 – Here is today’s Learning at Home. Remember, to try your best! We believe in you! #BoundaryBelieves
Please read the attached PDF carefully which provides full details on all of today’s activities. A brief description has been provided below. Remember you all have the necessary log in details required. They are inside the front cover of your home learning books.
Morning Home Learning Activities
- Morning Maths – For today’s learning please login to My Maths https://www.mymaths.co.uk/. You will find activities to complete in the homework area when you login. We will be able to see your answers and marks, please make sure you reply to every question and click submit at the end so it saves all your answers. You can attempt these tasks more than once, so if you want to try and improve your score you can.
- English Writing – Log into Seesaw click on the task ‘Wednesday 13th May Reading into Writing’. There was some difficult vocabulary that you might not know the meaning of in the WAGOLLs yesterday. I have highlighted some words in the texts. Your job today is to find out the definition of them. Then pick one word from each setting and put it into a sentence of your own. You could find the out the definition by: -asking an adult – using a dictionary – using https://www.dictionary.com/browse/online-dictionary
- Guided Reading – Please login into Seesaw and click the activity called ‘Wednesday 13th May Guided Reading’ then record your written task in your English Home Learning Book.
Afternoon Weekly Project – To keep your busy in the afternoon this week we are going to look at recapping our knowledge about the human body. Your task is to create your very own human body model using various materials you can find at home (cardboard, plastic bottle etc). The main features you will need to include are; the main body parts (arms, legs etc) and the key organs (brain, heart, stomach, lungs and liver). You don’t need to over complicate this project you could draw each of the organs and label them if you want to and make it into a poster, if you do it this way try and make it as neat and as a clear as possible. When putting together your human body make sure your all your body parts and organs are in the correct place. It can be as big or as small as you like. You have the entire week to complete this activity as part of your daily activity in the afternoon.
Log into Seesaw and click the activity ‘Human Body Weekly Project’ for useful links and WAGOLLS to get you started.
Don’t forget to take pictures of your work when asked to and upload them to seesaw so Miss Ward and Mrs Fielding can see the fantastic work you’ve been up to. If you have any questions or queries, please email Miss Ward (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Mrs Fielding (email@example.com) who will be more than happy to help.